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British vets to charge for prescriptions

British veterinarians will be able to start charging clients for prescriptions from October 31. The date marks the end of a three-year ban on veterinary prescription fees, introduced by the

LIfe & Style News

Trouble on the way to a funeral

Mourners watched as the 100-year-old hearse hit a bollard, causing it to veer into two cars before toppling onto the pavement. The coffin, carrying the body of Caroline Thompson, 79,

Endurance News

Security A Top Priority At World Endurance Championship

Security will be a top priority at the World Endurance Championship (WEC) 2008, which Malaysia is hosting for the first time. Almost 1,000 security personnel including from the Malaysian Armed

News Show Jumping

Germany wants longer ban for Ahlmann

The German riding federation wants a longer ban for rider Christian Ahlmann, who has been suspended for four months after his horse tested positive for a banned medication during the

Driving News

Chardon takes the lead in Hannover

IJsbrand Chardon finished his outdoor season by winning his fourth individual World title in Beesd and started his indoor season again with a perfect win. Chardon won the first leg

CCE, Polo & Others News

Zara Phillips' Tsunami dies after cross-country fall

A horse ridden by British eventer Zara Phillips at the Pau International Horse Trials in France this weekend has been euthanised after a cross-country fall.The 10-year-old mare Tsunami II fell

Dressage News

British teenager is first woman student at Spanish Riding School

Sojourner Morrell, 17, will be the first female student at the city's Spanish Riding School, which trains riders in classical dressage on white Lipizzaner stallions. Miss Morrell, whose father is

LIfe & Style News

10 police arrest man riding a horse drunk

It took 10 Australian police officers and four cars to pull over a man riding home after a night on the town. News Ltd has reported the conviction of the

LIfe & Style News

Drunken pony stumbles into swimming pool

A drunken pony and a swimming pool were never going to be a great combination, and so it proved for the little fellow named Fat Boy. British media are revelling

News Show Jumping

Christian Ahlmann gets 120 days suspension

Christian Ahlmann (Ger), is suspended by the FEI Tribunal for a period of four months (120 days), which period began on the date of the application of the provisional suspension,